Summer Term

The final half term of the year and we are still working hard!Parts have been assigned for the end of term production of Midsummer Nights Dream and rehearsals are starting shortly. This week we have also written our own short play script . In Maths we have been collecting and collating data about the class and presenting it in charts ,graphs and pie charts.


Happy Easter

JpegIt seems to have been a very busy half term ,what with snow days,visits from inspectors,parents evenings,boosters-time for a holiday!Class 4 have enjoyed our WW1 topic based around the novel War Horse by Michael Morpurgo and have produced some super work of which they should be proud.The photo shows our developing display.

Happy New Year!

This week the class have started the new topic of the polar regions. We have been particularly interested in Shackleton’s expedition to the Antarctic. Following on from that, we are making oil pastel paintings of the Northern Lights. On Mondays we now do Scratch programming site making our own games. We have been preparing a biography on Shackleton’s life. Our current maths topic is measure.


Monday 11,12,17:

The class did co-ordinates in maths and in the afternoon Mrs Turner took over and we made spinner to investigateĀ  air resistance.

Tuesday 12,12,17:

The class started doing persuasive writing.In the afternoon we tested out friction using our shoes.

Wednesday 13,12,17:

We went on mini bus to watch preschool’s Nativity,which was excellent.

Thursday 14,12,17:

The class did persuasive writing about sprouts to try and make them look tasty.

Friday 15,12,17:

The class did a Christmas newspaper and it was Christmas jumper day.

from Aaron and Frazer

Class Four Blog by Lewis and Victor

This week has been an outstanding week for all the students of class four. They have hacked through a number of difficult tests including; Maths, English and reading. Showing resilience and determination to tackle them. At 2:30pm on Tuesday we had parents in to marvel at our museum. In our museum we had items ranging from old tools, bottles and jewelery to dinosaur fossils from millions of years ago. Mr Colin Wickham quoted, “I am very impressed with the turnout and how much the children knew about the objects.” We were all impressed with the outcome of our museum and we would like to do it again. On Wednesday and Thursday Miss Hill decided for us to write a newspaper report on our class museum. Today they are published and written up in bestJpeg